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    Games of the Year (05/13/14)

    John Ewing, Director of Research and Analytics, @johnewing
    By John Ewing
    The LVH SuperBook has released lines for the NFL Games of the Year. Below are the opening point spreads for these matchups.



    The Las Vegas Hotel and Casino, otherwise known as the LVH SuperBook, released its Games of the Year for the 2014 NFL season. This includes all of the Thursday and Monday night games as well as many of the more intriguing matchups on Sunday.

    Highlights

    Home teams are favored in 61 out of 80 games but last season home teams were only 134-120 (53% against-the-spread).

    The 49ers are featured in the most games (11); San Francisco is favored in eight.

    Denver is the only team to be favored in every game (7). The Broncos are at least a field goal favorite in each matchup.

    The largest spread is Green Bay (-9) vs. Minnesota. The Packers are 7-1-1 straight-up against the Vikings in the last four years.

    Tampa Bay and Buffalo are the only two teams not to have a home game featured as part of the Games of the Year.

    Games of the Year

    Date Away Home
    THURSDAY,SEPT.11,2014 Pittsburgh Baltimore (-3)
    SUNDAY,SEPT.14,2014 Seattle (-3.5) San Diego
    Kansas City Denver (-7.5)
    Chicago San Francisco (-6.5)
    MONDAY,SEPT.15,2014 Philadelphia Indianapolis (-2.5)
    THURSDAY,SEPT.18,2014 Tampa Bay Atlanta(-5.5)
    SUNDAY,SEPT.21,2014 Green Bay(-2) Detroit
    Denver Seattle(-3.5)
    Pittsburgh Carolina(-3,-120)
    MONDAY,SEPT.22,2014 Chicago New York Jets(-1)
    THURSDAY,SEPT.25,2014 New York Giants Washington(-2)
    SUNDAY,SEPT.28,2014 Green Bay(-1) Chicago
    Philadelphia SanFrancisco(-6)
    New Orleans(-1.5) Dallas
    MONDAY,SEPT.29,2014 New England(-2) Kansas City
    THURSDAY,OCT.2,2014 Minnesota Green Bay(-9)
    SUNDAY,OCT.5,2014 Houston Dallas(-4.5)
    Chicago Carolina(-3)
    Cincinnati New England(-4)
    MONDAY,OCT.6,2014 Seattle(-6) Washington
    THURSDAY,OCT.9,2014 Indianapolis Houston(PK)
    SUNDAY,OCT.12,2014 Pittsburgh Cleveland(-1)
    Dallas Seattle(-8.5)
    New York Giants Philadelphia(-5)
    MONDAY,OCT.13,2014 San Francisco(-4) St.Louis
    THURSDAY,OCT.16,2014 New York Jets New England(-7)
    SUNDAY,OCT.19,2014 Carolina Green Bay(-5.5)
    New York Giants Dallas(-3)
    San Francisco Denver(-3.5)
    MONDAY,OCT.20,2014 Houston Pittsburgh(-4.5)
    THURSDAY,OCT.23,2014 San Diego Denver(-7.5)
    SUNDAY,OCT.26,2014 Chicago New England(-6.5)
    Indianapolis Pittsburgh(-3)
    GreenBay New Orleans(-3.5)
    MONDAY,OCT.27,2014 Washington Dallas(-4)
    THURSDAY,OCT.30,2014 New Orleans Carolina(-2.5)
    SUNDAY,NOV.2,2014 Arizona Dallas(-3)
    Denver New England(-3)
    Baltimore Pittsburgh(-3)
    MONDAY,NOV.3,2014 Indianapolis New York Giants(-2)
    THURSDAY,NOV.6,2014 Cleveland Cincinnati(-6.5)
    SUNDAY,NOV.9,2014 San Francisco New Orleans(-3,-120)
    Denver(-7.5) Oakland
    Chicago Green Bay(-6.5)
    MONDAY,NOV.10,2014 Carolina Philadelphia(-2.5,-120)
    THURSDAY,NOV.13,2014 Buffalo Miami(-4.5)
    SUNDAY,NOV.16,2014 Philadelphia Green Bay(-4.5)
    San Francisco(-3.5) New York Giants
    New England Indianapolis(PK)
    MONDAY,NOV.17,2014 Pittsburgh Tennessee(-1.5)
    THURSDAY,NOV.20,2014 Kansas City(-3.5) Oakland
    SUNDAY,NOV.23,2014 Tampa Bay Chicago(-5)
    Washington San Francisco(-7.5)
    Dallas New York Giants(-2.5)
    MONDAY,NOV.24,2014 Baltimore New Orleans(-6)
    THURSDAY,NOV.27,2014 Chicago Detroit(-3,-120)
    Philadelphia Dallas(PK)
    Seattle San Francisco(-2.5)
    SUNDAY,NOV.30,2014 Denver(-3.5) Kansas City
    MONDAY,DEC.1,2014 Miami New York Jets(-1)
    THURSDAY,DEC.4,2014 Dallas Chicago(-3)
    SUNDAY,DEC.7,2014 San Francisco(-7) Oakland
    Seattle(-2.5) Philadelphia
    New England(-1.5) SanDiego
    MONDAY,DEC.8,2014 Atlanta Green Bay(-6.5)
    THURSDAY,DEC.11,2014 Arizona St.Louis(-2.5)
    SUNDAY,DEC.14,2014 Denver(-3.5) SanDiego
    SanFrancisco Seattle(-3.5)
    Dallas Philadelphia(-4)
    MONDAY,DEC.15,2014 New Orleans Chicago(-1)
    THURSDAY,DEC.18,2014 Tennessee(-3.5) Jacksonville
    SATURDAY,DEC.20,2014 San Diego San Francisco(-6.5)
    Philadelphia(-1.5) Washington
    SUNDAY,DEC.21,2014 Seattle(-3.5) Arizona
    MONDAY,DEC.22,2014 Denver(-3) Cincinnati
    SUNDAY,DEC.28,2014 Carolina Atlanta(-3.5)
    Detroit Green Bay(-3.5)
    Chicago Minnesota(-1)
    Cincinnati Pittsburgh(-1.5)
    Philadelphia New York Giants(-1)

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